Whether the second jewel of the Triple Crown remains at Pimlico isn’t up to The Stronach Group or even the City of Baltimore. It’s up to the legislators, many of whom probably read the recent
By JENNIE REES — When Tammy Fox comes back from a morning workout on a racehorse, the ultimate sign of approval is the former jockey flashing two thumbs up as they come off the track.
How many ways does racing want to reach into bettors’ pockets? The catalyst for this question is a fairly recent pitch on automated betting machines. When you cash a bet, before the voucher is spit
Special to HRI – By Sean O’Connor – Whether you’re a punter or simply an avid fan of the so-called sport of kings, the chances are that you have extensive knowledge of the world’s most
All that any racing fan or gambler has been talking about since Saturday was the amazing return of star-crossed Kentucky Derby favorite Omaha Beach. Can’t be hyperbolic enough about the achievement; circumstances so rare as
By KEN WEINGARTNER — The wide-open sophomore pacing colt landscape
“I thought he looked great,” Shug McGaughey said of his
HRI EDITED RELEASE — Laurel Park will begin gearing up
On Today’s Scorecard, consider that Washington Nationals ace hurler Stephen
HRI EDITED RELEASE – The 20-cent Rainbow 6 went un-hit for a
Can’t shake the guilt here, going on record with a
Good to see the Grade 1 Haskell Invitational winner back
Grinding Out The Profits — From Playbook Totals Tipsheet Newsletter:
Hope we’re not getting in a rut here, but on
Laurel Park Staff — My Sistersledge, already a two-time Maryland
Executive editor John Pricci provides his insights on everything thoroughbred
racing. Big horses, big races, politics, it’s all here in his free “Feature Race Analysis” and “On the Line” column.
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